Filip Noubel interviewed on Podcast by GV French's new media partner

The image is a screenshot of Chroniques littéraires africaines' website. It shows the introductory text about the project's purpose, their social media profile links and images of a pair of reading glasses.

Chroniques Littéraires Africaines project website (screenshot).

Global Voices’ Managing Editor Filip Noubel took part in an interview on a podcast produced by the project “Chroniques littéraires africaines” (African literary chronicles) – Global Voices French's new media partner. Chroniques littéraires africaines describes its work as follows on their website:

Cet espace est dédié à la littérature. Plusieurs critiques et chroniqueurs s’y expriment librement autour d’oeuvres littéraires portant sur le continent Africain et sur les diasporas africaines. Accompagner la production littéraire des Afriques  d’une analyse objective et exigeante, tel est le projet de cette plateforme.

This space is dedicated to literature. Several critics and columnists express themselves freely on literary works relating to the African continent and the African diasporas. The purpose of the project lies in supporting the literary production of Africa with an objective and demanding analysis.

Noubel was interviewed in French about his work as a literary translator as well as about the model of Global Voices of volunteer translation and news in different languages. The podcast focuses on francophone African literatures.

Réassi Ouabonzi, who also goes by the name Lareus Gangoueus, is the founder of and an active contributor to the collaborative platform ‘Chroniques littéraires africaines’ and has been interviewed by Global Voices’ Noubel in the past.

The full podcast episode can be accessed via Gangoueus’ Soundcloud profile.


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